Remy Ma Turns Over Financial Information On Tamar Braxton’s Estranged Husband Vince in $360k Battle

Ryan Naumann

Remy Ma has finally answered a subpoena with questions about money she may have owed Tamar Braxton’s estranged husband Vince Herbert, after being dragged into his $380,000 legal battle.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Remy Ma spilled the details about her former manager Herbert’s financial information.

A music company LDNX Records is owed $380,000 from Vince Herbert stemming from a previous lawsuit. They have been trying to collect on the money for over a year. Recently they got creative and tried to see if Herbert was owed money from artists, he worked with, including Lady Gaga and Remy Ma.

In her response to the subpoena, Remy claims to have started working with Herbert in August 2017. She says they no longer work together, and they have no written contracts.

Remy says Herbert was only a temporary consultant and functioned as a personal manager for a short period of time. She hasn’t paid him a dime of anything for 6 months. The rapper also provided information on a Wells Fargo bank Herbert used when she paid him $56k in 2017. LDNX Records is now using that information to try to seize money in it.

Last year, LDNX Records filed court docs explaining they have been trying to collect on $380k owed to them by Vince Herbert and demanded the music exec be found in contempt of court, along with Lady Gaga, Remy Ma, and Interscope Records. The music company won a judgment against Vince in 2017 after suing him over a business deal gone south.

They claim to have not been paid a dime from Vince and are trying to figure out the sources of his income so they can seize the money until the $380k is satisfied. LDNX accused Gaga, Remy and the record label of failing to provide complete and accurate answers to the information they demanded from the subpoena.

LDNX demanded sanctions against Gaga and Vince, along with Remy. Gaga eventually turned over the requested information and they are no longer seeking sanctions or contempt against her. Remy was found in contempt of court at one point for failing to hand over the documents and was ordered to immediately hand them over or face more consequences.

The case is ongoing.